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Review: Patenting Peter [dystopian]

Patenting PeterPatenting Peter by Jason Werbeloff
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I liked it way too much for what it was. The ending was catchy enough to pull it all together in spite of numerous shortcomings. If this is a hint of "Defragmenting Daniel" I might push that up a few notches in the reading queue. Not keen on the world in this dystopia, nor the people in it, but if it all implodes into chaos and despair, all is not lost.

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